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    Tis the Season for Seasonal Affective Disorder

    ‘Tis the Season… A friend of mine had gone south some time in December. A trip somewhere warm in the coldest season. Before catching up with her I had seen […]


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    Legacy
    Scott Ramsay 13/01/15

    Cha Gheil. Those words meant very little when we first arrived on campus, and even today it is something just yelled at Gaels games. I remember being told that Highland […]


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    Housing Heads-Up
    Cameron McNeill 13/01/15

    I know what you’re feeling, frosh, and like a printer thirty minutes before a deadline, I can sense your fear. It’s January 11th, and you don’t know where you’re living […]


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Tis the Season for Seasonal Affective Disorder

‘Tis the Season… A friend of mine had gone south some time in December. A trip somewhere warm in the coldest season. Before catching up with her I had seen […]

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Cha Gheil. Those words meant very little when we first arrived on campus, and even today it is something just yelled at Gaels games. I remember being told that Highland […]

Housing Heads-Up

I know what you’re feeling, frosh, and like a printer thirty minutes before a deadline, I can sense your fear. It’s January 11th, and you don’t know where you’re living […]

The Gospel of Word Choice

We all have that struggle. E-mailing has become a weirdly pseudo-professional realm of correspondence. E-mail is the medium of communication that everyone takes seriously; likely because it has no “so […]

Student Residential Life

Tis the Season for Seasonal Affective Disorder

‘Tis the Season… A friend of mine had gone south some time in December. A trip somewhere warm in the coldest season. Before catching up with her I had seen […]

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Legacy

Cha Gheil. Those words meant very little when we first arrived on campus, and even today it is something just yelled at Gaels games. I remember being told that Highland […]

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Housing Heads-Up

I know what you’re feeling, frosh, and like a printer thirty minutes before a deadline, I can sense your fear. It’s January 11th, and you don’t know where you’re living […]

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The Gospel of Word Choice

We all have that struggle. E-mailing has become a weirdly pseudo-professional realm of correspondence. E-mail is the medium of communication that everyone takes seriously; likely because it has no “so […]

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With the focus that’s been on feminism in the media lately, it’s worth asking whether this is a valid progression for gender equality, or just a trend that will pass. […]

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ASUS Mid-Year Report

I believe that The Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) is currently in the strongest position it’s been in since I first arrived at Queen’s in the Fall of 2011. […]